The Systems Sample Clauses

The Systems. (a) Each of the Companies and the Systems are in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations, including without limitation the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984, the Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of 1992, the Copyright Revisions Act of 1976, and the rules and policies of the FCC, the FAA and the Copyright Office, including without limitation rules, regulations and laws governing system registration, use of aeronautical frequencies and signal carriage, equal employment opportunity, cumulative leakage index testing and reporting, signal leakage and subscriber privacy, except to the extent that the failure to so comply could not (either individually or in the aggregate) reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing (except to the extent that the failure to comply with any of the following could not, either individually or in the aggregate, reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect):
The Systems. (a) Schedule 4.5(a) sets forth a true and accurate statement, as of the date(s) set forth in said Schedule, of the following information with respect to each System: (i) the megahertz capacity of such System, the approximate miles of plant operating at the applicable megahertz capacity of such System and the approximate number of aerial and underground miles of plant served by such System; (ii) the approximate number of total basic subscribers, including EBUs, subscribers residing or located in multiple dwelling units, Promotional Subscribers, subscribers to Basic Cable Service, Expanded Basic Cable Service, Digital Cable Service, Premium Service and Data Service served by such System and the average revenue per subscriber for certain subscriber categories as set forth in the Schedule, each as of March 31, 2005; and (iii) the approximate number of dwelling units and commercial establishments passed by such System. Schedule 4.5(e) sets forth a true and accurate statement as of the date(s) set forth in said Schedule of certain additional operating specifications for the Systems (other than the portion of the San Juan System being rebuilt). The Cable Venture has made available to the Buyer the true and correct channel lineup for each System as of January 1, 2005.
The Systems. CONFIDENTIALITY. A. If IFTC provides the Fund direct access to the computerized investment portfolio custody, record-keeping and accounting systems used by IFTC ("Systems") or if IFTC and the Fund agree to utilize any electronic system of communication, the Fund agrees to implement and enforce appropriate security policies and procedures to prevent unauthorized or improper access to or use of the Systems or such other system.
The Systems. The PTK Companies have been authorized to construct, own and operate cable television systems in the Republic of Poland. The cable systems are referred to as the "Systems".
The Systems. The systems listed in Attachment “A” (the “Systems” or the “Pleasure Systems”) are hereby authorized to distribute the Pleasure Service in accordance with this Agreement. Affiliate represents and warrants that all Systems are at least [***] percent ([***]%) owned by or are managed by Affiliate. Additional Systems may be added to Attachment A by Affiliate on written notice supplied to Network. Affiliate may delete any System from Attachment A upon notice to Network.
The Systems. The Systems are proprietary to Medirisk and is provided under license and subscription to healthcare facilities whereby each facility's staff are trained and certified in the use of Clinical Rating Instruments for monitoring patient conditions. Medirisk provides its licensees with Facility Outcomes Reports for use in evaluating program effectiveness and efficiency and comparison of those results to like programs and patient populations. The Systems include the following Instruments (the Comorbid Disease Status Instrument comprising a part of every Instrument; General Rehabilitation Outcomes Instruments; and the functional independence measure instrument comprising a part of the Medical and General Rehabilitation Outcomes Instruments):
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  • The Software The Software licensed under this Agreement consists of computer programs, data compilation(s), and documentation referred to as Setup Factory, version 9 (the "Software").

  • Computer Systems The Borrower has developed and implemented a comprehensive, detailed program to address on a timely basis the "Year 2000 Problem" (that is, the risk that computer applications used by the Borrower may be unable to recognize and perform properly date-sensitive functions involving certain dates prior to and any date after December 31, 1999) and reasonably anticipates that it will on a timely basis successfully resolve the Year 2000 Problem for all material computer applications used by it. The Borrower believes, based upon inquiry made, that each supplier and vendor of the Borrower that is of material importance to the financial well-being of the Borrower will also successfully resolve on a timely basis the Year 2000 Problem for all of its material computer applications.

  • The Equipment 9.1 The British Council Equipment shall remain the property of the British Council and shall be used by the Supplier in the performance of the Services and for no other purposes.

  • Customer Equipment Customer represents and warrants that it owns or has the legal right and authority, and will continue to own or maintain the legal right and authority during the term of this Agreement, to place and use the Customer Equipment as contemplated by this Agreement. Customer further represents and warrants that its placement, arrangement, and use of the Customer Equipment in the Internet Data Centers complies with the Customer Equipment Manufacturer's environmental and other specifications.

  • Equipment and Software To use the Mobile Remote Deposit Services, you must obtain and maintain at your expense, compatible equipment and software that we may specify from time to time.

  • Equipment and Materials Contractor at its sole cost and expense shall provide and furnish all tools, labor, materials, equipment, transportation services and any other items (collectively, "Equipment") which are required or necessary to perform the Services in a manner which is consistent with generally accepted standards of the profession for similar services. Notwithstanding the foregoing, District shall not be responsible for any damages to persons or property as a result of the use, misuse or failure of any Equipment used by Contractor of the Contracted Parties, even if such Equipment is furnished, rented or loaned to Contractor or the Contracted Parties by District. Furthermore, any Equipment or workmanship that does not conform to the regulations of this Agreement may be rejected by District and in such case must be promptly remedied or replaced by Contractor at no additional cost to District and subject to District’s reasonable satisfaction.

  • Computer Equipment SSAS shall provide a complete computer set-up, including the required keyboard and keypad, as specified by the School Board. The School Board shall maintain all student status and account information.

  • Systems The Sub-Administrator shall retain title to and ownership of any and all data bases, computer programs, screen formats, report formats, interactive design techniques, derivative works, inventions, discoveries, patentable or copyrightable matters, concepts, expertise, patents, copyrights, trade secrets, and other related legal rights utilized by the Sub-Administrator in connection with the services provided by the Sub-Administrator to the Administrator and the Funds.

  • Installation Services 3.1 The Baseband Service includes a Standard Install as set out below (in each case to the extent that the relevant provisioning works are not already complete for the relevant Service Order).1

  • Network Interface Device 2.7.1 The NID is defined as any means of interconnection of the End User’s customer premises wiring to BellSouth’s distribution plant, such as a cross-connect device used for that purpose. The NID is a single line termination device or that portion of a multiple line termination device required to terminate a single line or circuit at the premises. The NID features two independent chambers or divisions that separate the service provider’s network from the End User’s premises wiring. Each chamber or division contains the appropriate connection points or posts to which the service provider and the End User each make their connections. The NID provides a protective ground connection and is capable of terminating cables such as twisted pair cable.